jta.org: Banned Hungarian Guard reinvents itself

BUDAPEST (JTA) — A banned neo-Nazi paramilitary group relaunched itself under a new name at a mass meeting in Budapest.

The Hungarian Guard also relaunched as the Hungarian Guard Movement at several smaller meetings staged throughout the country.

Nearly 3,000 supporters attended Sunday’s meeting in Budapest, while several hundred came to rallies in Bekescsaba, Szolnok and Mezotur. Rally participants waved flags and regalia resembling those of the murderous wartime Hungarian Arrow-Cross. A separate demonstration, also in Budapest, demanded the release of Gyorgy Budahazy, a radical rightist activist held on terrorism charges.


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jta.org: Budapest court disbands neo-Nazi Hungarian Guard

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BUDAPEST (JTA) — Hungary

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